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seneca Post time: 2015-6-7 22:12
99% of all the CHinese people want better things to do with their computer than to listen to th ...


Doesn't the government offer the better or best information for assimilation? Can you give examples of what government tells people to do ?

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HEIR_Publiction Post time: 2015-6-7 22:48
I don't see such a limitation as a major disadvantage provided that the government guides people  ...

What you say would be fine if there were viable alternatives to some of the blocked sites but there are not

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HEIR_Publiction Post time: 2015-6-7 22:50
Doesn't the government offer the better or best information for assimilation? Can you give exampl ...

Tell me where there is a good alternative to google maps in China, bing maps are so out of date it makes them nearly useless

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Aha ! What you are saying refers to following what the individual wants to do. Government probably wants the Chinese people to confine themselves to whatever are allowed. Therefore, live within the limitations. If interested in Google Map to locate a place, why not coordinate with the nearest local government unit to find what you are looking for with their help. Perhaps that is what government wants people to do.

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